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Poster: tigerbolt Date: Feb 17, 2009 7:03pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: A-rod, A-fraud or A-roid....non dead

rumor has it that the same guy who leaked the a-rod story
has said some boston players are on the list,wonder what
curt schilling has to say about that.to bad we won't ever know
the rest of the players.by the way the boston players supposedly on the list are big names,not some chump second
stringer.so rejoice boston fans their names will not come out.
also don't forget the speed popping done by some players in
the 50's and 60's,including the likes of hank,mantle and
other stars,lots of folks in the hall who took an extra edge.
look at the steelers of the 70's which is a proven fact by former players.hate to break it to ya'll but everyone in sports cheat sometimes.from the pats video taping,big mac and sosa,gaylord's spit balls,the speed freaks,guys with spikes on their shoes to takeout players while sliding into second.corked bats,scuffed balls,pay off's etc...it's part of the game.

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Poster: grendelschoice Date: Feb 18, 2009 5:51am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: A-rod, A-fraud or A-roid....non dead

Schilling has already publicly stated that every name on that list should be made public.

I doubt very much he is on there.

are other Red Sox' names? Undoubtedly. This isn't about Red Sox vs. Yankees. It's about a culture of spoiled modern day athletes whose egos aren't satisfied with multi-million dollar salaries and will do anything they can to show they were "the best" ever.

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Poster: sparky999255 Date: Feb 18, 2009 7:31am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: A-rod, A-fraud or A-roid....non dead

Steroids were neither illegal or against the rules when the Steelers teams (and the rest of the league) were doing them in the 70's.

That being the case, in my opinion, if you weren't doing them you weren't trying.